Gilman, IL Processing Facility Now Open

Posted by Cory Kline on February 3rd, 2014 at 11:59 am

Our Gilman location has been renovated and is now open for scheduled drop-offs and in-area pickups. This location will house the day-to-day operations, such as equipment deconstruction, processing and recycling. If you are interested in our services, please schedule a pickup or drop off with our main office!

As a reminder, all data from any media -- hard drives, disks, documents, etc -- is destroyed as equipment is received at any of our locations, ensuring all client data is removed before entering storage.

Kline Recycling Secures Processing Center in Gilman, IL

Posted by Cory Kline on January 15, 2014 at 2:14 pm

We are very pleased to announce that our primary collection and processing facility will now be housed at 410 E Cresent Street in Gilman, IL. This new addition will allow us to pursue our NAID and R2 certifications, as well as drastically lower our overhead costs. Access to the facility, including equipment drop-offs, will be by appointment only. Our Chicagoland recycling efforts and collection schedules will not change.

KRAM Surpasses 250,000 lbs of Recycled Equipment

Posted by Cory Kline on January 6th, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Kline Recycling and Asset Management is very pleased to announce the collection and processing of over 250,000 pounds of unwanted electronic waste since our official launch in January 2013.

Electronic waste contains many toxic materials including lead, mercury, cadmium, phosphors and flame-retardants. Recycling electronics keeps these dangerous materials out of landfills, reduces pollution and keeps hazardous chemicals out of the air and water.

A big thanks to the individuals and companies that chose to be responsible about their e-waste!

Next Day Service

E-waste pickup and data destruction services available the next day when scheduled before 2 PM CST.

Clean and Green

E-Waste collected is repurposed, or destroyed, separated into components and recycled. Our company produces less than 0.5% waste on the materials we collect.

FREE DoD5220.22-M

The industry standard DoD5220.22-M sanitization method is implemented free-of-charge on every hard drive or data-storage media that enters our premises.

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